SS & Bookmarks

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Matern, Jan 24, 2008.

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  1. Matern

    Matern Registered Member

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    Can me anyone tell what's the best way to set Bookmarks in your Browser?
    If I have to use the Option " launch outside from SafeSpace" and go to the Internet to set the Bookmark, the whole Programm is useless. I'm using XP. Thank you.
     
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  2. Tidyup

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    Hello Matern.

    Your bookmarks will be stored in your Application Data folder, which by default is virtualized to prevent unwanted changes. These changes will be removed when you purge. If you would like to persist any bookmark changes, then you can use the SafeSpace Console to adjust the folder privacy settings.

    Can you advise what browser you are using, so I can guide you as to what needs changing?

    Best regards,

    Kris.

    Artificial Dynamics.
     
  3. Matern

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    Hello Kris,
    I know what you mean, Userdata>Private & Subfolder > Full Control, but if do that I dumping the whole Security Policy down. Thank you !
     
  4. trjam

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    couldnt you also just close SS, open your browser, bookmark the page and reload SS. Keep in mind it tightens down on all internet apps and abilities, which is what you want. You start poking holes in its ability to provide its defense and you open holes for nasties to invade.
     
  5. Matern

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    @ trjam

    That is the Qustion, if you have some Malware on the Site you want to Boomark you have no prevention, too.
     
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    Good point.;) But how did you decide your other bookmarks were safe?
     
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    logical solution. here
     
  8. Matern

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    Online-Scanners dosen't work with Opera.
    Maybe a special Button in the Taskbar-Contextmenu is a good choise, who is setting the Privacy only for one action and then you can click off.
     
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